|Source code browsers for C++ email@example.com (2005-02-28)|
|Re: Source code browsers for C++ firstname.lastname@example.org (Dmitry A. Kazakov) (2005-02-28)|
|Re: Source code browsers for C++ email@example.com (Aaron Gray) (2005-02-28)|
|Re: Source code browsers for C++ Brian.Inglis@SystematicSW.ab.ca (Brian Inglis) (2005-03-04)|
|Re: Source code browsers for C++ firstname.lastname@example.org (Avi) (2005-03-15)|
|Re: Source code browsers for C++ email@example.com (2005-03-18)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Danilo Coccia)|
|Date:||18 Mar 2005 00:47:18 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||18 Mar 2005 00:47:18 EST|
email@example.com (Nik Shaylor) wrote
> Hi, Can anyone recommend a good program that I could use to help
> understand a large and complex C++ program? I have been told that
> there are such programs that will convert the source code into a set
> of HTML pages.
You might also find interesting the following link:
or the link to the original home page:
I'm using it just now, and find its results more visually pleasing
than those from doxygen. Of course it's a matter of personal taste :)
Its use is extremely simple, and the documentation conventions are the
same as those of doxygen, so if you have source files already set for
doxygen, they're also good for DoxyS.
The only negative side I see, it takes a little more time to produce
its output, but not that much!
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